The Paolos leave first, at 8:22 PM. The clue instructs them to travel to San Jose, Costa Rica. Phil explains that this will be accomplished by getting a taxi to the bus station, where they'll sign up for one of three charter buses leaving a half-hour apart. Only two teams to a bus, so that's a hard anti-bunch, and it will be followed by a drive to an active volcano where they'll get another clue. As they leave, Mama Paolo optimistically supposes that her ungrateful brats are beginning to appreciate her a little bit more, given how the race is going. Maybe they're just glad she's not Linda "Evangelista" Weaver. They look for a taxi while reviewing the "additional information" that came with the clue. Brian tells the rest of the family not to fight, but he does it in sort of a "fight and I'm going to kick your ass" kind of way, which I admire. It's like, "Don't make me ask you if I have to turn this car around, or I swear, I will turn this car around. Right! Around!" Their taxi finally arrives, just in time to avoid bloodshed.
9:11 PM. Weavers. (Boo!) In maybe the creepiest off-the-mat talk ever, one of the girls explains, "We've been raised since we were born not to trust other people, but to trust your family and to trust God." Wow. Not to trust other people? I mean, I would have gotten it if she said they were raised not to worry about what other people think, but to have a girl that age saying she's been raised not to trust anyone outside the family is really...an unhappy thing. It explains why they relate to other people in a manner reminiscent of the Coneheads, but it feels sad. Anyway, there is more talk about how they can't control other teams talking about them, and then the other daughter, I think, adds, "We're all Christians, and we're above that." Well, I can't argue with that. Jesus did speak extensively about the importance of crowing and placing oneself above others. I think that's what all the stuff about how you're more important than the birds of the air and the lilies of the field was about. It's like I finally understand the Book of Matthew.